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Some of America’s best-loved TV shows have been spinoffs. Happy Days brought us Laverne & Shirley and Mork & Mindy. All In The Family spun off The Jeffersons and Maude. And, more recently, there have been multiple variations of Law & Order, CSI and NCIS, along with Fear The Walking Dead and Better Call Saul. [...]


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Michael Cera knows a thing or two about comedy, and he seems like the perfect fit to spearhead Person to Person, director/writer Dustin Guy Defa’s (Bad Fever) comedic ode to New York City. Cera stars as Phil, a news boss who while showing an investigative reporter (Abbi Jacobson) the ropes, reveals his own ulterior motives. [...]


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Bertrand Tavernier’s immense and critically acclaimed work speaks for itself, and the director’s latest effort My Journey Through French Cinema is a staggeringly ambitious and personal work. Clocking in at 195 minutes, the documentary is a cinephile’s dream, as Tavernier gives his own perspective at French filmmakers who have made an impact on his own [...]


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Since it’s been on for so long, and potential candidates have gotten so good at figuring out strategies, it’s not unusual to wind up with a lot of interchangeable stereotypes on Big Brother. So the producers need to do something to shake up the equation each season. Often, that means a complete redesign of the [...]


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How To Be A Latin Lover, a disarming comedy headlined by Eugenio Derbez and Salma Hayek, hits Blu-ray August 15 via Lionsgate Home Entertainment. The narrative centers on Maximo (Derbez), an aging Latin lover who’s dumped his his much older (and richer) woman and is now left to [...]


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Joey King (Wish I Was Here) stars in Wish Upon as Clare Shannon, a 17-year-old who’s being bullied in high school. Clare’s mother committed suicide when she was a child, and her only support comes from her hoarder father Jonathan (Ryan Phillippe). When he comes home with an intricately detailed music box that grants [...]


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Although it’s the youngest of the broadcast networks, The CW has recycled more shows than any other network. In the past, the network has aired rebooted versions of Beverly Hills 90210 (as 90210), Melrose Place, Beauty and the Beast, and La Femme Nikita (as Nikita). 90210 and Melrose Place were both Aaron Spelling productions, and [...]


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Marc Webb, who directed this year’s Gifted, is behind the camera once again with The Only Living Boy In New York, and this one may reach the creative heights of his best work 500 Days of Summer.

Callum Turner, best known for his work in the first rate thriller Green Room plays a college grad [...]


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It’s an assumption that comedic greats like Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler would have worked together a plethora of times by now, but their comedic team ups have been sparse (Blades of Glory). Now they’re the leads of The House, a comedy which has them playing parents who open up an underground casino to [...]


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Just as Gal Gadot was introduced as Wonder Woman in Batman vs. Superman before getting her own movie, we’ve already seen Tom Holland as Spider-Man (and his alter ego, Peter Parker) in Captain America: Civil War. In that movie, Tony Stark (a.k.a. Iron Man) encouraged him to join The Avengers. When Holland’s first Spidey “solo” [...]


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